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June 29, 2015 at 9:32pm EDT
A Stellarvue 102ED refractor (f/7) and a Canon XS DSLR ISO100, 1 second, exposure.
Just wanted to see if I could view both planets simultaneously through a low power telescope one day prior to the closest pairing. To view the moons of Jupiter, the disks of both Venus and Jupiter had to be greatly overexposed demonstrating the huge range of brightness differences in the field.
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